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Troubleshooting; Specifications; Check Points - Sanyo HEC-DR6700K - Zero Gravity Massage Chair Instruction Manual

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TROUBLE-SHOOTING
WARNING
If the trouble still persists even after the following proper countermeasures have been taken, stop using the massager
to avoid possible accidents. Disconnect the power plug from the outlet and consult an authorized service center.
Do not attempt to repair the equipment at home by yourself, as it is very dangerous.
Sound and sensation during operation
During use, the following sounds or sensation may be unavoidably generated because
of its structure,
but they are not problems. (They will not affect the function, etc.)
ÅE Rattling sound during tapping
ÅE Noise during UP/DOWN operation of massaging rollers
Å@ and clinking sound during massaging operation
ÅE Creaking sound caused by massaging rollers and cloth
Å@ during massaging operation.
ÅE Gear meshing sound
ÅE Wobbling foot rest
ÅE "Gee" sound when reclined
Type of Trouble
Operation failure
Check that the power plug is securely plugged into
the outlet.
Check that the POWER switch is set to the ON position.
Make sure that no more than one button is being
pressed at any one time.
Movement of massaging rollers in upward
This phenomenon is caused by the operation of the timer, but is not a problem.
direction, causing operation to stop
The operation stops in the middle of
When the massaging rollers detach from the body, the
body pressure sensor will work to stop the operation
massaging in the Whole Body Sensor
automatically.
Automatic Course or Automatic Course
Impossible to recline
Check that there is no obstruction.
Impossible to raise and lower the foot rest
You feel discomfort during the operation of
This operation is conducted for safety, but is not a problem.
reclining.
(Move toward to the opposite direction
temporarily, or do not move smoothly.)
The position of massaging rollers
This phenomenon is caused by the adoption of the function of alternative tapping on the right and left
differ between right and left.
sides, but is not a problem.
Check if your fingers are placed on the sensor.
The display of stiffness differs
from the degree of stiffness
The measurement result indicates the stiffness according to the body's biological reaction to the sensor
actually felt.
massage, so it may differ from the stiffness the user actually feels.
Massage in relaxed condition as much as possible during massage. The degree of stiffness may not be
measured correctly when the user massages immediately after taking a bath or is given stimulation other
than sensor massage, like watching TV.
Check your skin for dryness.
The degree of stiffness cannot
be measured correctly.
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ÅE Sound of air massage
Å@ "Pusshu" sound (Change valve sound)
Å@ Hissing sound (Exhaust sound)
Å@ "Buu" sound (Sound of pump operation)
Å@ "Pako" sound (Sound when the air bag fills)
ÅE When massaging the waist, slight sounds or shock being
Å@ generated from the massaging rollers
ÅE Bouncing movement of the massaging rollers when they
Å@ move from the back to the shoulder

Check points

Countermeasure
Push the power plug into the outlet securely.
(See page 12)
With the LOCK switch set to unlock, turn on
the POWER switch. (See page 12)
Please press each button separately.
Begin the operation again from the start.
(See page 11)
Remove the obstruction.
Place your fingers on the sensor.
Slightly moisten the fingers using hand cream
and place the fingers on the sensor again.

SPECIFICATIONS

Power consumption
Power dissipation of electric heating equipment
Rated time
Timer
Dimensions
Weight
Accessories
Exterior cloth
Kneading frequency
Tapping frequency
Tapping width
Vertical movement speed
Spine stretching width
Range of partial stretching
Vertical stroke length
(See page 16)
Height adjustment of massaging rollers
Reclining angle
Reclining method
Lower body massaging
(Air pressure)
Do not use the massager on other than the designated voltage.
290 W
33 W
30 min.
WHOLE BODY SENSOR AUTOMATIC COURSEÅE ÅE ÅE Approx. 15 minutes
(Maximum of approx. 20 minutes due to stiffness detection)
AUTOMATIC COURSEÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE Approx. 15 minutes
(Approx. 5 minutes in QUICK COURSE)
MANUAL COURSEÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE ÅE Approx. 15 minutes
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3
/
" [width] Å~48
13
/
" [depth] Å~48" [height]
4
16
ÅñWhen not reclined (with foot rest retracted)
28
/
" [width] Å~76
/
" [depth] Å~29
3
3
4
8
ÅñWhen reclined (with foot rest set horizontally)
Approx. 176 lbs.
Stand, Installation screws (Three)
Synthetic leather
(5 stages) Approx. 10 Å` 30 times/min.
(5 stages) Approx. 300 Å` 600 times/min.
(5 stages) Approx. 3 Å` 5"
One up/down pass in approx. 35 sec.
(5 stages) Approx. 3 Å` 5"
Partial stretching (Long): Repetition within Approx. 8"
Partial stretching (Short): Repetition within Approx. 4"
Approx. 31"
No gradation or
/
"
/one press of button
3
8
Approx. 120 Å` 170Åã
Back rest: Motor-driven type (Linked with foot rest)
Foot rest: Motor-driven type (Foot rest only)
Seat surface: Motor-driven type (Linked with back rest and foot rest)
(3 stages) Approx. 23 Å` 32
kPa(3.3
ÅñThere is a slight difference according to the part.
/
" [height]
15
16
Å`
4.6 PSI)
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